Great post, always appreciate the information. As a headsup, Direbrew will not be buffing any minions with , but instead the in the decklist.
Coren Direbrew also has Succubus in his deck which is missing from your list (he even has special line referring mistress nagmara when he plays it), and core hounds as well.
Superb guide. Thanks :0You're pretty much dead in the future of Hearthstone without BRM cards...imo of course.rofl laughing. The Mage challenge deck is just Unstable Portals. Brilliant! He drops
He dropped Millhouse just as I was about to drop Antonidas. Infinite fireballs ensued :D
I only got in HS post Naxx, so I haven't played through those wings at all. I played through all of this first wing fairly quickly and without having the most impressive cards... Don't get me wrong, I loved every game, so much fun! But were Naxx's wings as easy? Does the difficulty ramp up with each wing? Just curious.And yes the Mage challenge was EPIC in its conclusion! Getting Hogger out so early made a world of difference.
Naxx does get more difficult with each wing but it was the Heroic where it got really challenging. I was pretty chuffed that I only had to net-deck once even for the Heroic (for the final boss Kel'Thuzad).So far I haven't needed to net-deck for BRM. In fact I didn't even need to do a custom deck at all for the first two non-heroics. My shaman deck already relied on getting big minions out early (it was built around ) so it took care of the Grim Guzzler and my freeze mage beat the Dark Iron Arena. In fact a standard freeze mage is pretty good at beating several of the Naxx bosses too. Alexstrasza is particularly good against the bosses with high health (maybe why they haven't bothered with high health this time round!)I do love all the different mechanics and hero powers that come into play with these adventures, though, and the banter from the game is funny. I hadn't realised with Naxx that it responds to emotes, never thought of emoting to a computer, but turns out that can be quite funny too :D